2019 · Bariatric Surgery - My Story · Dinner · Random Stuff · roasted · Uncategorized · Vegetables · WLS

Radishes

I love raw radishes, or in a salad. My Mom made radishes poached in butter. I bought these the other day…washed, and cut into quarters or halves.

I decided to roast them with some olive oil, salt and pepper.

Baked for about 30 minutes or until softened, and slightly browned.I loved these. David doesn’t care for them, but these weren’t bad per him.My plate…too much food and I didn’t eat all of it.Blessings.

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Master

I fail at something everyday…

Someone once told me that the day you stop learning should be the day you die.  I pray that I learn something everyday and fail (well, not always).

Blessings.

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Salmon

I love fish.  Eating fish–any kind of fish:  sushi, fried, sauteed, grilled.  I have been craving fish lately, and had some amazing salmon marinated with Dale’s Seasoning.  It was grilled, and truly yummy.

Our grill is a charcoal grill, and not the best when you just want to quick grill something.  So we decided to pan sear them.  I marinated the salmon filet’s in about 1/2 cup of Dale’s Reduced Sodium Seasoning for about one hour.We just pan seared them, skin side down in a bit of olive oil.Cook on the skin side first (about a third of the way through), and flip just to finish the cooking (maybe two minutes maximum).Hint from Gordon Ramsey: score the salmon skin before cooking will ensure that the fish won’t curl up during cooking.  It worked (like I question him and his suggestions – ha).img_1074My plate with a bit of jasmine rice, an roasted snow peas.  This will be my go to recipe for Salmon for a while.

Blessings.

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Slack

Step back and look at what you are doing from another point of view.

Everyone’s journey is different. I say this to our children as their paths are different from their friends. And I say this to myself with work, weight loss and with my Lupus struggles.

Count your blessings. It helps remind ourselves of what we have done not what needs to be done.

Blessings.

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Power

This is so true for me with my health, home, and work.

I need to reset my attitude in everything pertaining to my body, and it begins with the mind.

Struggling, but aware.

Do you have something you need to change your mindset?

Blessings.